All The Things ADHD

All The Things ADHD

A Podcast with Lee and Aimée

Episodes

July 23, 2021 78 min
I didn’t mean to take a screenshot while Aim?e had her eyes closed, but here we are in totally unfamiliar surroundings. I moved and then had a breakdown and talk about it. This is our last episode of Season 3, as we both are, well, at our limits and going to take some much-needed vacations.… Read more S3 E18: The One Where Lee Has a Breakdown
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Part two of our conversation about being in a relationship with someone who has ADHD/is otherwise neurodivergent. Aimée and I have been in this podcasting relationship for almost three year! THREE YEARS! Three years where, seriously, just about ALL THE THINGS happened. I don’t know where I am going with this. We made it work?… Read more S3 E17: Making Relationships Work
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July 9, 2021 24 min
In this episode, Aimée and I give relationship advice, prompted by a listener question sent to us via email. I am not as good as she is at giving the advice. But I do read and answer the emails. So, there’s that! And, I managed to get this up and ready to go on time… Read more S3 E16: Loving Someone with ADHD
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Three time’s a charm? This is the last part of our conversation, and our most honest and vulnerable. The message has always been that we should be the size and shape and much-ness that everyone else expects, but then when we aren’t, and we are too much, well, it feels awful. Love to you if… Read more S3 E15: What To Do About ALL THE THINGS? Pt. 3
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Somehow there wasn’t a moment on total incoherence on my part, so I had to use my actual best judgement on when to cut these episodes. Although, I do still fill air with nonsense words while my brain spins and tries to find something to hold on to and make words. Whew. More too-muchness in… Read more S3 E14: What To Do About ALL THE THINGS? Pt. 2
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It’s been (counts on fingers), 40 episodes of our show, and we haven’t even talked about the one ADHD trait that inspired our show’s title: that we are, well, A LOT. We have too many ideas, too many words, too much information, and no way to really filter, access, or limit those overabundance of things.… Read more S3 E13: What To Do About ALL THE THINGS? Pt. 1
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June 11, 2021 41 min
HA! YOU ARE WELCOME FOR THAT PARTICULAR EARWORM! Early 1990s dance was was the BEST, come at me. Anyway, Aimée and I continue our conversation about movement and exercise and sports and everything like that. Get your transcript right here!
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June 4, 2021 30 min
So this is a really REALLY specific Canadian reference. There was an interstitial show called “BodyBreak” in the late 80s/early 90s that encouraged exercise and movement for healthy living. My God, I just fell down this YouTube wormhole. They have a whole freaking channel. I had no idea they were still making these. Anyway, today… Read more S3 E11: BODYBREAK!
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May 28, 2021 22 min
CW: Food, diet culture. This is Part II of our conversation about good and eating and ADHD. But there are multiple asides first, about picking and feeling feelings about this podcast and all of you. I promised show notes in the episode, so here you go: The tweet that led to my first public admission… Read more S3 E10: Vulnerable
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May 21, 2021 51 min
CW: food, diet culture, weight. This is an episode topic that I’ve wanted to do for a while. We do out best to have a hard conversation about food, eating, medication, stigma, and shame in way that is open, honest, and kind. But as Aimée says at the beginning of the episode, if this isn’t… Read more S3 E9: You Aren’t What You Eat
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May 14, 2021 25 min
This is the second part of our conversation on transitions, and sometimes we just feel stuck. And it sucks. So we laugh at ourselves, including building in forgetting to eat so that we remember to end the podcast recording, or else we would get (pleasantly) stuck talking and talking and talking and talking… Sorry if… Read more S3 E8: Stuck
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May 7, 2021 39 min
Transitions. Why are the so freaking *hard* for those of us with ADHD? From being chronically late to unable to start projects to just not showering (guilty!), we all struggle moving from one thing to the next. Aimée and I spend the next two episodes talking about our own struggles with transitions and what we… Read more S3 E7: From One Thing To The Next
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April 30, 2021 36 min
Part deux of our conversation about rest. Stick around to the very end when we get really, really silly. And how TF is it the last day of April already? Transcript.
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April 23, 2021 35 min
Yeah, I put REST in all-caps because it’s the thing that many of us, but especially those of us with ADHD are bad at. Maybe this image that crossed my social media view after we had recorded this episode sounds familiar, but it is also literally what Aimée describes early in the episode. The image… Read more S3 E5: REST
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In part two our our discussions about inclusivity in the workplace, Aimée and I talk about how to have the hard conversations around accommodations, inclusivity, and building trust. Spoiler alert: we don’t have an easy answer, but if we don’t trust one another, then nothing else will really matter. Still no idea where my template… Read more S3 E4: Hard Conversations About Inclusive Practices
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In this episode, in honor of us recording it on April 2, which was Autism Awareness Day, we discuss this year’s theme which was inclusivity (which my spell-check doesn’t even recognize as a word, so that should tell you something). We talk about what inclusivity could look like moving forward, post-pandemic, when we return to… Read more S3 E3: What Does Inclusivity Look Like?
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Ok, the title of this episode is a bit of a misnomer because we only really talk about that fact (THAT OUR LITTLE PODCAST HAS BEEN DOWLOADED OVER TWENTY THOUSAND TIMES!) at the end. The majority of the podcast is about the hobbies we picked up, or started up again, during the pandemic. But seriously.… Read more S3 E2: Can You Believe It? 20K Downloads!
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March 26, 2021 47 min
That’s right, folks, we’re back! COVID couldn’t keep the two of us down forever! In this episode we talk about how we (and our families) have been coping during the pandemic. We talk over each other a lot. It shows in the transcript. Aimée and I (Lee) are so happy to be together again, talking… Read more S3 E1: WE’RE BAAAAAAACK!!!!!!
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Of course on such an important topic, I would forget to turn off the metronome function in GarageBand while editing the file. I’ve corrected it and so now there is no more annoying rhythmic tapping/clicking. Apologies. This episode is for all of our white neurodivergent listeners. We should have opened the podcast with that, but… Read more S2 E9: Getting It Imperfect, Doing It Anyway (UPDATED!)
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*Note: We recorded this episode and scheduled to publish it before the world was set aflame. We encourage you to read anti-racist reading lists, as well as to donate to anti-racist causes locally (in Canada and in the USA). We are thinking of our own response, in terms of how to participate in the protests… Read more S2 E8: Socially-Distant Weddings, Wrestling, and Writing (OH MY!)
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